Oakland University Magazine, Winter 1999
Winter 1999 Issue.pdf
Letter from the President, by Gary D. Russi; News & Notes; Engineering students help automate spaghetti sauce-making process; Nursing program helps disadvantaged students earn degrees; School of Health Sciences moves to Hannah Hall; Music, Theatre and Dance welcomes DSO musicians in residence; Business Web site helps simplify the home-buying process; Education school adds 3 new doctoral programs and celebrates a 4th; Honors College to host new Faculty Forum; Grants take Oakland engineering educators into the workforce; Education researchers offer preschoolers better learning tools; Oakland to host Meeting of the Minds in May; Oakland students discover link between hormones and cancer; Education student teachers embark on first exchange program; New services for the hearing and visually impaired at MBT; Engineering program graduates third class; Rogers is all 'fore' a professional golf comeback; "Wellcome Visiting Professorship" comes to Oakland University; OU adjusts golf course plans to 'accommodate all aspects of university life'; Academic Skills Center earns international tutor certification; Professor gives students valuable experience; Faculty spotlight; She hits the high notes, by Ted Montgomery; Education for anyone, anywhere, anytime, by Jennifer Charney; A high-tech showcase will open in 2000; All hands on the cybernet; Wanted: English majors for high-paying jobs; Hot technology careers abound; Visionary research, by Cindy Hampel; Biomedical Research Support Facility to aid in cataract research; Coming out party; Alumni news. Art and Apples raffle nets 10 pounds of chocolate for 2 winners; Custom chairs return home to Meadow Brook Hall; OU alumni help students pursue careers; Give us a hand; Event draws California alumni; Partners in success; Recognition societies honor the many people who give to Oakland University; Class notes. Oakland web site marks travels of freighters; Tragedy changes life for the better; For the love of the arts; I want to make a difference; Paralyzed swimmer makes a comeback.
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